Many of today’s high-end flagships have some kind of derivative model that is not necessarily cheaper but has a different configuration, such as Vivo X60T, which is being quietly launched today. As another new model of the X60 series, Vivo X60T is basically the same as the former in terms of design. The 8GB+128G version is priced at RMB3,498, the same as the X60’s 8+128G version. But the new device is not on its official store shelves, only available in offline stores.
In terms of design, Vivo X60T has a 6.56-inch AMOLED perforated screen on the front, which supports a high refresh rate of 120Hz + a touch sampling rate of 240Hz. On the back, it adopts the signature two-color cloud step design of the X series, and the mirror group part has a small blue Zeiss label. In terms of image, Vivo X60T has front 32 megapixel selfie lens, and it supports screen fingerprint unlock; it has rear 48 megapixel main shot (with micro head, f/1.79) +13 megapixel ultra-wide lens (120° ultra-wide, f/2.2) +13 megapixel portrait lens.
In contrast to the Vivo X60, the Vivo X60T is powered by the Dimensity 1100 processor, which is built from a 6nm process. In addition, Vivo X60T memory version is not as rich as the X60, only 8+128G version is available for the time being. This is the biggest difference between the two models.
In other news, the Vivo X60T still has a 4300mAh battery, supporting 33W flash charging technology, and it runs OriginOS 1.0 based on Android 11.0.